Saturday, July 16, 2011

Spellbinders Retro Mod Clocks

Last week, during the Spellbinders Blog Frenzy, I revealed S5-074 Retro Mod Clocks. I told you to come back today and I'd have a little tutorial on how to make this fabbie card!

Using S5-074 Retro Mod Clocks and the Grand Calibur machine, cut one table clock out of black cardstock. Cut a circle out of cream cardstock using S4-116 Standard Circles Small.

Use F-012 Precious Metals Craft Foil to cut a large clock face. Use the silver side of the craft foil, then lightly ink the clock face with black Staz-On ink.

Ink the clock and cream circle through the openings (like a stencil) BEFORE removing the cardstock from the die templates.

 Next, cut your paper for the card:

Sand the Core'dinations embossed cardstock to reveal the clocks. Then attach the panel to a 5 x 5 inch black card. Attach the printed paper to black cardstock, then wrap some string around the printed panel before adhering to the card front. Assemble the clock and attach it to the right side of the card. Stamp a greeting onto the cream circle, and attach the circle to the left side of the card with a mini clip.

See how easy it is to make a vintage card! I know you will fall in love with S5-074 Retro Mod Clocks!

Supply List:
Cardstock: Bazzill Raven, Core'dinations Core Impressions Graphic45 Timeless Collection, Neenah Classic Natural White
Designer paper: gcd studios Paris Nights
Ink: Clearsnap Colorbox Chalk Gray Whale, Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black, Staz-on Jet Black
Stamps: StamingScrapping Label Accents
String: DMC
Other: Mini Clip from Stampin' Up!, sanding block from Core'dinations, Glue Dots, foam tape and ATG tape from Scotch 3M

1 comment:

  1. That is one amazing creation! Love that clock!